Larry Gelbart explains how Fred Allen's comedy was an acquired taste.
Anne Beatts remembers Gilda Radners gracious attitude towards her audience and other comedians.
Cheech recalls the power of Jonathan Winters' improvisational skills.
Jeffrey Ross appreciates how Cheech and Chong gave a comedic voice to those burnouts hanging out at the 7-11.
Jonathan Winters describes the first time he met Robin Williams while working on Mork and Mindy.
Richard Lewis explains the misunderstood genius of Jerry Lewis.
Roseanne Barr describes the intelligent and sophisticated comedy of Phyllis Diller, comparing her to Bob Hope.
Sid Caesar talks about his admiration for Charlie Chaplin in the film "City Lights."
Whoopi Goldberg describes how she admired the work of Richard Pryor.
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